2011 Sept. 26: U.K., New Zealand, U.S.: London Cyclists, Beware From the Black Carbon!

2011 Sept. 26: U.K., New Zealand, U.S.: London Cyclists, Beware From the Black Carbon!
TopNews New Zealand
A study has revealed that London cyclists inhale more pollutants than the pedestrians, as the cyclists are likely to intake more amount of black carbon than regular walkers. Study lead researcher Prof Jonathan Grigg from Barts and the London School of
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TopNews New Zealand
Cyclists at higher risk from inhaled soot
Zee News
London: Cyclists in cities inhale more black carbon than pedestrians — and this may damage their lungs, evidence shows. Automobiles discharge a huge quantity of soot or black carbon particles from their exhausts. Increasing evidence shows their
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Zee News
City cyclists inhale more soot that may damage their lungs
TruthDive
Washington, Sept 26 (ANI): A new research has suggested that cyclists in major cities inhale more black carbon than pedestrians, which may cause damage to the lungs. Experts from the UK found that people who cycle through London and other major cities
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Studies show links between biking and lung injury, alcohol and asthma
Deutsche Welle
The first study found that the lungs of bicycle commuters in London contain black carbon levels 2.3 times higher than pedestrian commuters. The report’s abstract notes that inhalation of black carbon is associated with reduced lung function and heart
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Web black carbon
One Downside to Bicycle Commuting: Biker’s Lung – Commute – The
New research has found that bicycle commuters inhale more than twice the amount of black carbon particles as pedestrians making a comparable trip.
www.theatlanticcities.com/commute/2011/09/bikers…/195/
Black Carbon | – Skillful Traveller
Research conducted at Barts and the London School of Medicine found 2.3 times the amount of black carbon in people who cycled rather than walked.
puccaso.com/tag/black-carbon/
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